SUPERCON

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2017[edit]

Badge Hacking[edit]

Hackaday IO Project page: https://hackaday.io/project/27427-camera-badge-for-supercon-2017


Lithium Conversion[edit]

According to Mike the regulator circuit will handle up to 5V input and a couple hundred milliamp current.

Optionally remove/de-solder battery holders, or just remove batteries.

Connect lithium battery to 0V and VBAT, there are several 0V connections exposed on the board. There is one VBAT on unpopulated header on the lower part of the board. I added a 2x6 female header, and soldered a solid where to a the lithium battery + lead and used that as a jumper so the battery could easily be disconnected as well.

TODO: Add header for charging battery.


Easter Eggs[edit]

Badge-Comic.jpg

Badge-Nothing.jpg


Firmware[edit]

IDE & Compiler[edit]

Linux

All platforms


Cellular Hacking[edit]

Trinket M0 running CircuitPython with a SIM800 2G cell module and hologram SIM.

Copy this file to replace main.py https://github.com/benstr/AT-Workshop/blob/master/workshop/main-final.py

### MODEM CONFIGURE #############################
CMD (~3 seconds) AT

CMD (~5 seconds) AT+IPR=19200

CMD (~5 seconds) AT+CPIN?

CMD (~10 seconds) AT+CMGF=1

### MODEM CONFIGURE SUCCESSFUL ###
### NETWORK CONNECT #############################
CMD (~65 seconds) AT+CIPSHUT

CMD (~10 seconds) AT+CGATT?

CMD (~2 seconds) AT+CIPMUX=1

CMD (~2 seconds) AT+CSTT="hologram"

CMD (~85 seconds) AT+CIICR

CMD (~2 seconds) AT+CIFSR

### NETWORK CONNECT SUCCESSFUL ###
### SEND MESSAGE ################################
CMD (~75 seconds) AT+CIPSTART=1,"TCP","23.253.146.203","9999"

CMD (~5 seconds) AT+CIPSEND=1,43

CMD (~60 seconds) {"k": "********", "d": "Yay, We did it!"}

### SEND MESSAGE SUCCESSFUL ###
CMD (~4 seconds) AT+CIPCLOSE=1

Auto-reload is on. Simply save files over USB to run them or enter REPL to disable.

Press any key to enter the REPL. Use CTRL-D to reload.

Message in hologram dashboard log Yay, We did it!

2016[edit]



noisebridge.net/SUPERCON


hackaday












[EXPERIMENTAL]
If you are on-site at supercon and connected to WiFi or ethernet you can hit teh following
http://192.168.7.35
http://192.168.7.35:9999/index



badge h4x0r'n[edit]

pro tip, hold teh left and right buttons, and press up/down buttons to adjust LED brightness

firmware[edit]

  1. Open the link: https://mplabxpress.microchip.com/mplabcloud/Example/Details/259#
  2. Write some code
  3. Press the button with a down arrow and chip icon "Make and Program Device", this will build the new firmware and download a .hex file.
  4. Connect your badge with a USB cable
  5. Hold down teh "ON" button, press the "RESET" button, release the "ON" button
  6. Copy the .hex file to the badge, which shows up like a usb stick
  7. Unplug the USB cable
  8. Play with your new version of firmware

crypto.hac.io[edit]

Hints, of a sort, include Mastermind, Morse, electronics, history, and geography, and more.

1[edit]

Mastermind Challenge

think binary eh?

2[edit]

Morse Code Challenge

.... --- .-- -- .- -. -.-- -... .. - ... .. -. .- --. .. --. .- -... -.-- - .

HOW MANY BITS IN A GIGABYTE

There's an app for that "Morse Encoder Decoder" by Tsai Chieh-Ping

3[edit]

GO as in GO Game? Challenge

4[edit]

? Challenge

5[edit]

? Challenge

0x34A5B2 <=herring=x

mousepad[edit]

Hackerspace in a vbox

ask a h4x0r for mousepad-cyan, please have a usb stick or SD card with a few gig's free.


nubcore[edit]

Temperature/Humidity
NubDHT.jpg

Volts
NubVolt.jpg
Concept Development
NubVoltRender.jpg

more[edit]

add things here...